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The boys caught in Thailand the cave could face an unusual disease

Since the rescue efforts for the 12 boys and their coaches caught in a flooded Thai cave have continued, the world has hoped for the entire group's safe return to the surface. Interested in Thailand Cave Rescue? Add Thailand Cave Rescue as an interest in keeping you up to date on the latest news, video and analysis from Thailand Cave …

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Doctor burnout widespread, helping to drive many medical errors

Monday, July 9, 2018 – More than half of American doctors burn out, a new national survey suggests, and these doctors are more likely to make medical mistakes. The survey asked nearly 6,700 clinics and hospital doctors about medical errors, workplace safety and symptoms of burnout in the workplace, fatigue, depression and suicidal thoughts. More than 10 percent said they …

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Doctor burnout widespread, helping to drive many medical errors

Monday, July 9, 2018 – More than half of American doctors burn out, a new national survey suggests, and these doctors are more likely to make medical mistakes. The survey asked nearly 6,700 clinics and hospital doctors about medical errors, workplace safety and symptoms of burnout in the workplace, fatigue, depression and suicidal thoughts. More than 10 percent said they …

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Pa. Budget has more money for the Lyme disease, West Nile programs

Copyright by WKBN – All Rights Reserved HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Government officials urge Pennsylvanians to take precautionary measures to avoid tick and mosquito-bearing diseases. In the new budget, Governor Tom Wolf approved millions of dollars to fight these diseases across the country. Pennsylvania leads the country with the recent cases of Lyme disease reported. Diagnoses have increased 25 percent …

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Photo shows the 5-year final hours before the death of brain tumor

On July 4th, Casey and Ben Daggett, Fairport, New York, took an emotional photo of her 5-year-old daughter Zoey in her sleep. They did not know that would be the last photo they would ever take of their little girl. "We noticed that her fingers became swirler and she became paler," said Casey to her daughter. "We had the nurses …

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A rare case when preventive screening is worth the dollar cost

David Hutton, University of Michigan Published 2:02 PM PDT, Monday 9 July 2018 David Hutton, University of Michigan (THE CONVERSATION) Very few people know about hepatitis B, called silent killer, and billions dollars cost the american healthcare system. Hepatitis B virus can cause chronic infection that is usually asymptomatic for decades until it leads to animals, weakening liver cirrhosis or …

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